This 381 yard opening hole eases you into to your round. The hole is a simple dog leg right with a left to right green. Most players will need an eight or nine-iron to a receptive green. This is a pleasant informal introduction to the course and its architect.
A long par four which requires a two straight shots to a wide diagonal green with a deep bunker on the right. The grass wall behind will encourage the golfer to go for the green with a long iron.
An interesting par four over a hill dog-legging right to a green without bunkers nestling below. A well-controlled approach will be needed to hold the green which slopes away from the golfers.
This multiple choice par four consist of a drive to an island in the lake or safe way around it. The second shot from the island will be to a green sloping toward you, or a longer iron from the fairway to a green sloping away.
A unique very short par three with a small oval green in a sea of land surrounded by another sea of water. the target is much larger than it looks but an accurate shot is required on this all or nothing hole.
A long straight par five with out-of-bounds on the left. A wide, narrow green will require a demanding second shot but is receptive to a well placed third shot.
A rather short par three to an elevated, plateaued green surrounded by spiral bunkers. The green is large and slopes in three directions so the pin position must be carefully observed.
The fame volcano hole will keep most drives and second shots in play like billiard table. Woe to the player who skies the ball into one of the volcano bunkers. The wide diagonal green has different slopes with each pin position.
This long par five skirts the water with an unusual green which projects into the lake and is terminated by a saw-tooth bunker. Most prudent golfers will take three shots to the green on this hole.
A short par four with a wide steep-side fairway. Out-of-bounds to the left and right will bring the right bunker play into play. A mound to the back will hold wedged shots in the green which has several different pin positions.
The rice field hole is a potential two short par five with narrow plateaued targets. The golfer is rewarded with better views and lies by keeping the ball in play with every chance of a birdie from a second shot to the green.
This famous woman hole, known as Madonna, requires two elegant shots which befits the theme here. The green is surrounded by swooping rolling sand requiring a repertoire of interesting bunker shots to the unfortunate.
This another water girt par four like number four without an island. The green slopes from right to left and favor a tee shot placed as close to the water as possible.
The mound behind this long par three is the highest point on this formerly flat land. The green undulates. A shot to right or left of the frontal bunker will require a long putt over a roll. A direct shot is thus rewarded.
This long par four has no fairway bunkers but the green is longitudinal with several pin positions, and distance-judging on the second shot is a pre-requisite.
This lotus hole is surrounded by sand and water with peninsula tees. The green is framed like a lotus leaf and a tee shot close to the pin is a necessary prelude to a birdie on this hole.
This hole is a short par four requiring two accurate shots to a plateaued green. A large sculptural bunker in the landing area will catch tee shots off-line.
A three-shot par five with out-of-bounds left and lateral hazard right. The second shot is over a lake. The green is unique to the history of golf; part on land and part on water, making an infinite variety of second and third shots.